Apr. 26, 1742

“Ordinance” issued by the government of the Prince-Bishopric [Present-day Germany; Prince-Bishopric of Würzburg]: “[It is outlined in detail in what way various contracts between Christians and Jews are to be protocoled and that contracts of cattle are to be properly reported and registered with the local authorities …], however, and specifically, all trade between Christians and Jews that involve half a cattle is strictly prohibited, and all existing contracts are to be modified within one year and one day, or be deemed null and void otherwise and not-binding, and not to be tolerated and punishable to both.”
Blätter für Rechtsanwendung zunächst in Bayern, gegründet von Johann Adam Seyffert und Christian Carl Glück. Neue Folge XVII Band. (Papers regarding the application of law first for Bavaria, compiled by Johann Adam Seyffert und Christian Carl Glück. New edition XVII Volume.); (Erlangen; 1872); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 4/24/2020